Creative talents, like houseplants and celebrities, wilt without proper attention. Make your creativity bloom with today’s Groupon to Stained Glass Crafters Workbench. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a class in making a mosaic light-switch cover (a $50 total value), which includes:
- Class cost (a $35 value)
- Materials (a $15 value)<p>
- For $28, you get a class in making a filigree sun-catcher (a $57.50 total value), which includes:
- Class cost (a $40 value)
- Materials (a $10 value)
- Tool-rental fees (a $7.50 value)<p>
- For $31, you get a class in making a fused-glass coaster set and holder (a $63.25 total value), which includes:
- Class cost (a $40 value)
- Materials (an $18.25 value)
- Firing fees (a $5 value)<p>
The supportive instructors at Stained Glass Crafters Workbench help pupils discover their inner artisans with 2- to 2.5-hour glass-working courses held in a cozy, purple-tinged studio. Students craft one-of-a-kind light-switch covers from glass tiles, beads, and jewelry pieces during an introductory, grout-less mosaics lesson. Intricately wrought filigree sun-catchers steadily emerge as nimble fingers loop slender metals around colorful pieces of glass, and fused-glass classes let pupils puzzle together a set of four square coasters and a holder from bits of colorful glass. After assembly, instructors fire the glossy creations in an on-site kiln, joining the colorful, segmented shards together, and rendering the piece ready to dress up any window, wall, table, or backyard cathedral. Groupon customers should call the studio to schedule classes.
Stained Glass Crafters Workbench
The artisans at Stained Glass Crafters Workbench live by a simple maxim: don’t throw stones. While they may not live in glass houses, their works are all made of stained, leaded, fused, and mosaic glass. So, instead of tossing rocks, they spend their time training the next generation of artists in glass-artwork classes, where they teach students how to fashion everything from colorful light switches to standalone wall pieces. Students create art pieces, such as plant hooks and pendants, as well as custom artwork that brightens moody dens or tastefully hide the miniature black holes they didn't notice before they moved in.
98% of 48 customers recommend
“Great time, wonderful people, amazing art.”
“I've always wanted to work with stained glass, this class was a great intro to a local business . The staff was very friendly and helpful, I will definitely be back. ”
“My mate and I had a very enjoyable evening creating our individual masterpieces! The owner who was also our instructor, was very personable. She was really helpful...”
“My mate and I had a very enjoyable evening creating our individual masterpieces! The owner who was also our instructor, was very personable. She was really helpful - those of us who needed help with our ideas or what would make something more interesting had great suggestions. We are going to take another class from Stained Glass Crafters Workbench. ”
7515 Eckhert Rd.
San Antonio, Texas 78240